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We are an Anglican church that meets in the heart of the Uptown Neighborhood in Chicago. Anglican churches draw upon the ancient practices of Christianity in a way that all people can understand and participate. Our purpose in Chicago is to lift high the Son of God, that all in the city may be drawn to Him. We are committed to displaying the truth, beauty and goodness of Jesus Christ for the people of Uptown and Chicago. If you haven’t gotten a chance to worship with us yet, we invite you to ...
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"You are here" can be a point on a map, and often a reality check in our relationship with God. In today's sermon, Fr Aaron preaches from Hebrews 5 & 6 on the motivation of God for when you are spiritually stuck.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to lift high the Son of God in the city of Chicago, …
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Join us for the first Sunday Lent as Fr Aaron continues our series through Hebrews with a message from Hebrews 4:14-16, 7:23-28. In the passage we see why Jesus Christ, our great high priest, is worthy of trust; He is higher, is humbler, and holier as he interceeds before the Father for our sins.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglica…
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Fr Matt Woodley's Ash Wednesday HomilyToday's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to lift high the Son of God in the city of Chicago, that all my be drawn to him. If you've enjoyed listening and would like to support Immanuel's vision and ministry, you can do so by visiting https://immanuelanglican.org/give…
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"The disciples assumed that they would die in the storm and they were upset that Jesus was not concerned that they were going to die in the storm. How can you sleep when there's chaos? That is going on all around, but they missed it. Jesus had already told them, we're going over."Join us as pastor Corey Buchanan from Chicago Prisonland Outreach con…
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"Instead of praying, 'Lord, please give me less of this trial,' we actually change that to 'Lord, please give me more of you in this trial.'" Join us as we continue our Epiphany series through the book of Hebrews with, "The danger and cure for a hardened heart". Fr Aaron explores the importance of maintaining a soft and open heart towards God, espe…
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In these times of evil and death, Jesus Christ has made a way as our pioneer in the faith, our brother before the Father, and the hero of our salvation. join us as Fr Aaron continues our Epiphany series through Hebrews.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to lift high the Son of God in the city of Ch…
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"Jesus Christ is a treasure beyond compare and the Father communicates with us through is his son, our creator, heir, and purifier of sins." Join us for the first Sunday of Epiphany as Fr. Aaron begins a new series in Hebrews, with "The Radiance of God's Glory". Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks t…
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"Joy isn't just a perk of the Christian life... We actually need joy for our Christian life. The joy of the Lord is what strengthens us." Join us as Kevin Sheehan preaches on the joy exemplified by the herald of Jesus, John the Baptist from John 3:22-30.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to lift hi…
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"...he gave them a vision from the Spirit of God, and that vision was of a light that could only come from the outside and find them in the darkest of situations." Listen to Fr. Aaron's Homily from our lessons and Carols service, featuring an interview with Yoselin Perez, one of the migrant residents here in Chicago.Today's podcast is brought to yo…
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Join us as Deacon Will Chester from Church of the Resurrection kicks off our Advent season with a sermon from the first advent lectionary reading from Mark 13. Dcn Will preaches ont eh importance of not growing slothful in our waiting on the return of Christ, exemplified by the first appearance of birth of Christ.Today's podcast is brought to you b…
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In todays sermon Matt Ostercamp closes out our "Saints like Stars" series with a message from Ezekiel 34 on God's promises of justice and care to his flock along with a call to participate in the work of justice and community building.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to lift high the Son of God i…
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Join us as Fr Aaron continues our series "Saints Like Stars" with a message from 1 Thessalonians 4:1–8; "Distinctly Chaste". In it he highlights three key aspects: the Trinity's role in our lives, the agency over our bodies and desires, and the importance of justice in our sexual conduct, drawing parallels between the obscured visibility of stars i…
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"If you believe, you will see the glory of God ...and this is the sign, not just that Jesus has power over death, but that Jesus can do things only God can do." Join us as John Raines wraps up our God of the Impossible Series by preaching through John 11 and the story of Lazarus form John 11.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Ch…
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Today Dcn Susan Raedeke preaches through Acts 3 & 4 and the story of the healing of the lame beggar; while temporal blessings and acts of kindness are valuable, they ultimately point to the greater blessing of salvation through Jesus Christ.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to lift high the Son of…
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Many miraculous acts of God only happened once, but one impossible miracle continues to happen day after day; conversion.Listen to Fr. Aaron Damiani preach on the story of Paul's conversion from Acts 22 where God took the most unlikely candidate for Christian faith and changed his heart from the inside out.Today's podcast is brought to you by Imman…
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In today's sermon, on Immanuel's 10 year anniversary, Fr. Aaron Damiani delves into the human yearning for a divine home and explores the concept of Immanuel, God with us, as the ultimate resolution to our longing with his message from Revelation 21.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to lift high t…
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Have you ever wondered what hope might look like amidst such intense groaning? Fr. Matt Woodley from Church of the Resurrection continues our God of the Impossible Series with a message from Romans 8 on the power of hope grounded in the promises of God in the midst of the pain of this world.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Chu…
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"In the relay race of life, all of us have a baton to receive and all of us have a baton to pass." Join us as Fr Aaron continues our God of the Impossible series with a sermon from 2 Kings on the passing of the prophetic office from Elijah to Elisha.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to lift high t…
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In our lives, we often have a subtle splitting of our allegiances between the God of the Bible, and gods by other names who promise to provide for us. Yet we often don’t recognize that God is all we need until He is all we have. And when the drought comes and the gods fail to provide, God shows up. Listen as Fr. Aaron continues our series, God of t…
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"Hannah wanted three things. She wanted the Lord of Hosts to see her in her affliction. She wanted the Lord to remember her and not forget her. And she wanted the Lord to act on her behalf." Listen to Pastor Susan Raedeke preach from 1 Samuel on Hannah's faithful trust in the power & presence of Lord in the midst of long suffering, as we continue o…
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When we run into suffering and difficulty, we can trust that the Lord's tests in the midst of suffering and limits are graces he gives. Listen to Fr. Aaron continue our series, "God of the Impossible" with a sermon from Exodus 15:22-27, 16:2-5, 27-35Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to lift high t…
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Secondhand faith often falls short when we run into perplexing times during our lives, and we need a firsthand experience of the presence and power of God. Listen as Fr. Aaron Damiani continues our series, "God of the Impossible" with a message from Exodus 14.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to l…
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"When we fail to see the work of God we fail to join in the renewing work of the world." Join us on Vision Sunday 2023 as Fr. Aaron Damiani begins a new series "God of the Impossible", which takes us through some of the greatest acts of God throughout scripture.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to…
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In times of fear we often have tunnel vision, and yet the Lord gives us two solutions to our fears; wonder at his holiness and power, & forgiveness through Jesus Christ. Listen as Tyler Patty, an Immanuel missionary in the Czech Republic, preaches from Hebrews 12:18-29, and wraps up our series "Walking by Faith". If you'd like to support Tyler and …
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“Pain makes us confront our sin… we either breakdown or break through.” Join us as Fr. Aaron Damiani continues our series "Walking by Faith" with a message from Hebrews 12:1-17Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to lift high the Son of God in the city of Chicago, that all my be drawn to him. If you'…
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"We're called to remember three things; remember the faithful deeds of our forerunners, remember their suffering, and remember what we've been given in Jesus Christ. Today, Kevin Sheehan from Church of the Resurrection continues our series "Walking by Faith" with a sermon from Hebrews 11:32-40Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican C…
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"Faith, it pushes us past our fears, pushes us into our calling, pushes us to obedience, and faith causes us to act." Pastor Corey Buchanan of Family Church & Chicagoland Prison Outreach continues our series; "Walking by Faith" in Hebrews 11:23-31.Today's podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, which seeks to lift high the…
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Today Jim Elliot, Senior Warden of Immanuel, continues our series "Walking by Faith", by preaching through Hebrews 11:8-22. Through the Hebrews writer's commendation of Abraham and Sarah, he shows the three things needed to follow God's call in faith; obedience, a heavenly perspective, and a belief in God's eternal promises. Today's podcast is brou…
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What does it look like to have a bold and confident faith in Jesus Christ, even when you are the subject of ridicule? Today, Deacon Susan Raedeke continues our "Walking by Faith" series in Hebrews 10, where we see that resistance to our faith is not a cause for sorrow, but is often the resistance training that deepens our faith in Jesus.Today's pod…
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Today, Father Aaron Damiani continues our series "Walking by Faith", with a teaching from Matthew 6:5-15. Jesus invites us intothe intimacy of prayer, encouraging us to approach prayer as a personal, authentic conversation with God and to find solace and connection in the Father's presence.This podcast is brought to you by Immanuel Anglican Church …
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Today, Deacon Margie Fawcett from Church of the Resurrection continues our series "Walking by Faith", with a teaching from Matthew 6:25-34. Jesus calls us to shift our focus from worrying about our material needs to seeking the kingdom of God. By seeking His kingdom and righteousness, we align our minds and hearts with God's purposes and experience…
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Today, Fr. Aaron Damiani, head pastor of Immanuel Anglican Church, begins our summer series through Matthew and Hebrews: Walking By Faith, with fasting. Here we see Jesus fasting in the midst of his temptation in the desert, where he places his appetite, status, and calling under the might hand of God. Follow along in Matthew 4:1-11.This podcast is…
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